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Pepe Escobar
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Pepe Escobar is a columnist at The Cradle, editor-at-large at Asia Times and an independent geopolitical analyst focused on Eurasia. Since the mid-1980s he has lived and worked as a foreign correspondent in London, Paris, Milan, Los Angeles, Singapore and Bangkok. He is the author of countless books; his latest one is Raging Twenties.
St. Petersburg sets the stage for the War of Economic Corridors
In St. Petersburg, the world's new powers gather to upend the US-concocted “rules-based order” and reconnect the globe their way
By Pepe Escobar Jun 18, 2022
Will the Global South break free from dollarized debt?
In his latest book, economist Michael Hudson pits socialism against finance capitalism and tears apart the 'dream civilization' imposed by the 1 percent.
By Pepe Escobar Jun 09, 2022
The Sanctioned Ones: How Iran-Russia are setting new rules
While China, keen to ward off US sanctions as long as possible, is lagging, its RIC partners Iran and Russia are doing the legwork to break the west's global financial grip.
By Pepe Escobar May 31, 2022
NATO vs Russia: what happens next
In Davos and beyond, NATO's upbeat narrative plays like a broken record, while on the ground, Russia is stacking up wins that could sink the Atlantic order.
By Pepe Escobar May 24, 2022
Death by a thousand cuts: where is the west's Ukraine strategy?
The pounding, daily western narratives on 'Ukrainian wins' and 'Russian losses' underpins the lack of an actual, cohesive Grand Strategy against Moscow.
By Pepe Escobar May 16, 2022
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